I am the disabled Viet Nam Vet, He is unable to work, suffers from numerous diseases (all Agent Orange Related) but the VA classifies him as only 20% disabled. I am held captive by a small monthly sick pay from the The Prudential Insurance Company, I'm a fully vested employee with retirement due at age 65. Prudential admits openly that that the disability was suffered on the job but they refuse to give me any health benefits. I offered to give up my entire retirement in exchange for health in

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    This is akaQA, we answer general questions. It's seems you were addressing this to some organization maybe? Can you tell me who and I'll see if I can find an e-mail address or contact number for you. 

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